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CNBC
Jan 31, 2010 6:00am EST
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CBS
Jan 31, 2010 9:00am EST
the rocking rhythms of elvis presley and chuck barry which would announce rock'n'roll. ♪ down in louisiana >> osgood: what about the driving rhythms of american rap music? >> american popular music speaks to the world. >> osgood: our bill flannagan has been writing about music all his life. >> the strange thing is that that's been true through very different kinds of music. that was true with swing, rock and it's true with hip hop. >> osgood: it may be true but for radio host jonathan schwartz it's not progress. >> i think it's very sad where we stand for the moment because there's no melody. there's no lyric that you can place before you and say this is a beautiful composition of words. ♪ dancing in the dark >> reporter: schwartz's father arthur wrote one of our great melodies "dancing in the dark" with daunting beautiful lyrics by howard dietz ♪ dancing in the dark >> osgood: a song that's been sung over and over through the years. ♪ till the tune ends and we're dancing in the dark ♪ ♪ and it soon ends, we're waltzing in the wonder ♪ >> osgood: how do you define a s
HLN
Jan 31, 2010 5:00pm EST
marrying. chuck roberts salt down with legal analyst ryan smyth from in session to talk about this trial. >> proposition 8 was approved by california voters. it restored the ban on same-sex marriage in the state. this is a federal appeal from two very well-known attorneys. isn't the real test at the appellate level, one step above? is this a dry run at the district court level? >> i think it is. they're trying to build a record, get as much information as they can in about the constitutional law issues. whatever is decided the other party will appeal and it goes to the next level. the hope is that it will get to the supreme court. but that's not necessarily guaranteed. >> david boies and ted olson are very well known. and they're politically opposites. do they break any new ground? >> i wouldn't say they broke new ground here. their point was to get information on the record. this law is a violation of certain clauses. this law is a violation of that. what they need to show is, they need to show there's a denial of a fundamental right here, the right to marry. they have experts. they wan
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 11:30pm EST
comment was chuck todd on saying that it was the cable moment of zen. and i thought it was. i mean, it was something that-- and then it went on youtube. i mean, it was interesting because one of the outlets, one of the blogging outlets put it on youtube everywhere and then everybody else saw it so it sort of got-- >> there's part of a trend of big political events is often the stuff that's very minor and doesn't matter so much that gets the attention. the al gore sighs during the debate. >> the joe wilson, you know, a just continue crinkling his nose and-- >> and they've changed. i'm old enough to remember when conservatives were known for good manners. >> oh, elliss, the bad manner is attacking them falsely the way the president did. >> elliss is demagoguing here, but rich makes a good point. if the event was completely scripted and you have the transcript of the speech hours beforehand and everybody's had a chance to twitter out whatever is interesting in it. then the only thing left to cover is the random events that happen by accidents or because the camera is watching everybody in the
ABC
Jan 31, 2010 10:00am EST
took the president 34 minutes to get to that issue. is the health plan, is it dead? >> chuck schumer, a legitimate representative on the main stream in the caucus says his three priorities are jobs, jobs, and jobs. rahm emanuel is quoted as saying, jobs, deficit reduction and financial regulation. what don't we hear? we don't hear health care. >> it could have been. both houses of congress have passed quit similar health care plans. there are ways to make this thing happen. the strategy doesn't work unless obama gets behind it. the ten days after the massachusetts election were totally disheartening. we needed leadership and obama seemed to wander off. >> paul, dead? >> it's just possible. it's not completely dead. it could be saved if the president wakes up. if just possibly nancy pelosi and harry reid can make it happen. but it's not very likely at this point. >> the only way is if they follow senator harkin. with his reconciliation side car. that's the only way it can be saved. but to george's point. they're all saying it's jobs, jobs, jobs. when it says that, it's not serious. all t
CBS
Jan 31, 2010 10:30am EST
administration is saying, well, maybe not so. you've got even people like chuck schumer saying maybe new york is not the place to put this. what's going on with that? >> it's been a fascinating unraveling. back in november when attorney general holder made the announcement that they were going to do the trial here, you're right. it seemed like why not? this is the perfect place. they will bring him to justice. the self-confessed master mind of the 9/11 attack to justice here in new york. very favorable for prosecutors to do it there of course. but community groups, business leaders started to join in opposition. the governor of new york opposed it from the outset. over the weeks, there has been this opposition building really kind of a neighborhood grass roots effort. it made its way up to the mayor who finally turned on it this past week. all along there have been republicans who said no we shouldn't do this in new york. we shouldn't be doing it in a civilian trial at all. we should be dock in guantanamo. you add those two forces together and there is nobody left saying we should do it in ne
CNN
Jan 31, 2010 8:00am EST
face -- can we call you that? >> yes, the chuck norris of student news, i will take that. >> do you get that a lot? >> i try. >> carlos is the name -- we were all watching on wednesday. kids were watching as well. >> i will let them do the talking this time around. we asked them about the address. i got a great comment from louk. he says this. great metaphor for a student. caitlin wrote in. and then we had a quick poll asking what students thought about the actual state of the union, the condition of the country. 8% saying all in well. 57% saying it could be better. and 35% saying it stinks. >> we should do more plain polling with different speech? >> yeah, what is the difference between could be better and stin stin stinks? if a lot of them don't like the state of the union, if you will, how do they plan to fix the problems? >> that's what we asked them. many of them said they are tired of playing the blame game. one student jackson wrote in saying many people are blaming bush and people blaming obama, and this is his call to action. he says people of america, i need you. you are t
FOX News
Jan 31, 2010 2:00am EST
, major politician, chuck schumer is against it, kirsten gillibrand is against it. every politician i can think of from new york is against it. do you know anybody who is for it now? >> no one is for having it in the city of new york. >> mike: that's what i mean. >> it makes no since whatsoever. there is a slip between those wanting a federal trial and military tribunal so that battle needs to be waged. no one now is for this. community board one we spoke up, we spoke vociferously against this and we were able to build tremendous momentum by offering specific solutions, offering ideas to the justice department to move this trial. it made no sense to have it in new york city. and i think this is really a great result. not only for lower manhattan, but for new york city and the country as a whole. we have to remember that this would have to occurred in the financial district. the financial capital of our country, the only neighborhood that's been attacked twice by terrorists. why on earth would we have a trial there and risk shutting down the new york stock exchange, stock market and ri
FOX News
Jan 31, 2010 6:00am EST
affairs thing, but my favorite comment was chuck todd on saying that it was the cable moment of zen. and i thought it was. i mean, it was something that-- and then it went on youtube. i mean, it was interesting because one of the outlets, one of the blogging outlets put it on youtube everywhere and then everybody else saw it so it sort of got-- >> there's part of a trend of big political events is often the stuff that's very minor and doesn't matter so much that gets the attention. the al gore sighs during the debate. >> the joe wilson, you know, a just continue crinkling his nose and-- >> and they've changed. i'm old enough to remember when conservatives were known for good manners. >> oh, elliss, the bad manner is attacking them falsely the way the president did. >> elliss is demagoguing here, but rich makes a good point. if the event was completely scripted and you have the transcript of the speech hours beforehand and everybody's had a chance to twitter out whatever is interesting in it. then the only thing left to cover is the random events that happen by accidents or because the ca
CSPAN
Jan 31, 2010 8:00am EST
. and also he's the former ambassador to croatia so that's a lot of titles there. chuck pena who's a senior fellow at the independent institute and myself -- i'm ivan eland. the institute's director. i'll speak first because i'm standing up here and i'll moderate the question and answer so you'll be seeing me a lot of me, i guess. maybe too much. and after the program is finished, everybody is welcomed to stay for the informal lunch which we'll have just right in this room. now, of course, what prompted this forum was that the president recently gave a john kerry-like speech last tuesday that essentially said, we will escalate the war before we deescalate it. the president who is against the surge in iraq is now imitating that same surge in afghanistan. the plan seems to be surge, stabilize the cities and win time to train the afghan security forces. that is the hidden message that there is -- we're going to contain but not defeat the taliban. now, the president's afghan plan has some problems as i see it. .... >> there was also the fact there was so much ethnic cleansing that the wa
FOX News
Jan 31, 2010 7:00am EST
manhattan. >> pretty close. it's close, but chuck schumer the senator from new york say basically no site in new york or at least all three considered are not suitable. hear what he had to say. >> i am familiar with the three sites that were listed upstate. west point, stuart air force base, and the newburgh courthouse, i don't think any of those could be suitable sites for the trial and the residents in the regions up there agree completely. >> now, this is interesting because the residents might agree about this, but the mayor see a huge budget shortfall for the problems. across the country, cities are hurting big time, so the mayor of newburgh, new york, and nicholas valentine, he wants the money, he could use the 200 million dollars, he wants the trials in his studio, listen to what he had to say. >> when first asked about whether or not i want this to happen in the city of new about burg i hesitated a little bit, but then i said yes and the reason why, we have a facility, a brand new courthouse that we just paid 22 million dollars for, the city of newburgh, it's a poor place and
CNN
Jan 31, 2010 6:00pm EST
he was against the trial being held here. senator chuck schumer take he took his leader from the police commissioner ray kelly and mayor bloomberg. when the price tags for security started to skyrocket and there was talk about the economic impact, schumer joined the not in my backyard forces. >> i've encouraged the administration to find suitable alternatives, and they appear to be doing just that. at this point it's obvious they cannot have the trials in new york. >> reporter: now, new york governor david paterson was never on board. his main concern is over a possible emotional as well as economic impact. >> weren't not trying to transfer a difficult situation from one place to another. we do think that there would be a lessened affect on any other area, other than the lower manhattan region, and that would include other jurisdictions in the southern district. >> susan, fnts manhattan, then where? what are the other options in >> reporter: there's been talks of governor's island near new york city here, but that seems unlikely. there have been other possibilities all in upstate
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 8:00pm EST
anybody right now, major politician, chuck schumer is against it, kirsten gillibrand is against it. every politician i can think of from new york is against it. do you know anybody who is for it now? >> no one is for having it in the city of new york. >> mike: that's what i mean. >> it makes no since whatsoever. there is a slip between those wanting a federal trial and military tribunal so that battle needs to be waged. no one now is for this. community board one we spoke up, we spoke vociferously against this and we were able to build tremendous momentum by offering specific solutions, offering ideas to the justice department to move this trial. it made no sense to have it in new york city. and i think this is really a great result. not only for lower manhattan, but for new york city and the country as a whole. we have to remember that this would have to occurred in the financial district. the financial capital of our country, the only neighborhood that's been attacked twice by terrorists. why on earth would we have a trial there and risk shutting down the new york stock exchange,
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